Google has reportedly been tinkering with its Gmail design. In an email first sent to G Suite customers, Google revealed that it is working on a redesign for the web version of its Gmail client. And it will bring mobile Gmail's "smart reply" feature to the web along with offline support, according to the emailed notices, which Google told The Verge were genuine. Google did radically redesign Gmail for its separate Inbox app back in 2014, but the company has stuck to the original Gmail design so far for its web version.More news: WCA Legacy track team ran in two meets last week
The ability to snooze emails is nice, which will let users pick and choose which messages appear in their inbox at a later date. These replies can be curt, but are useful when you are in a rush and do not have time to type out a longer email.More news: Texas Border Town Police Chief Welcomes National Guard
Easy access to G Suite apps, such as Google Calendar, from within Gmail. Google is being mum about what design changes it will make to improve the Gmail experience, but it is offering up these nuggets of information with regards to new features that will arrive with the resign. The official Gmail Offline Chrome app already allowed Gmail to work without an internet connection, but starting June 2018, Gmail will natively support the feature. As such, Google suggests testing any critical Chrome extensions before broadly enabling the new Gmail experience within organizations. It's not clear how that data counts people who have personal Gmail accounts and work Gmail accounts monitored by G Suite administrators, but the notice sent out by Google says that these changes will be coming to personal email accounts as well.More news: Dwayne Johnson Says Black Adam Could Film Next Year
Look for the new Gmail experience to debut in the coming weeks.